A garage owner in Gloucester says she's struggling to keep her business alive after the road outside was dug up for the second time in the space of a year.
The sewage works on Kingsholm Road will be in place for the next 6 months. Benita McLean's business is still recovering from 10 months of roadworks last year and she fears for the future.
With Kingsholm Road being dug up for the second time in the space of a year, customers are staying away.
After last year's roadworks, business at the garage dropped by 30%. They were forced to close a sister site in Cheltenham.
They've since rebranded but say another 6 months of distruption will hit them hard.
Severn Trent Water say the work is essential, and they will do everything they can to work with local businesses.
Benita says the drop in business is causing concern for her and her 14 employees.
Severn Trent says it will compensate businesses affected by the works but Benita is still to receive a penny after last year's disruption.
She says she can only wait to see what the next 6 months will bring.
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